Study raises questions about long-term effects on child development, Boston researchers say
Daily health headlines: Researchers say they have a blood test that can predict cognitive decline within 3 years, a new study suggests kids may act out when parents are glued to smartphones, plus more top stories.
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The ReWalk exoskeleton allows paraplegic patients to stand upright and walk, climb stairs and reap other health benefits from getting out of a wheelchair
Scientists modified T cells in immune system to mimic a rare genetic mutation that makes people resist HIV infections
The uninsured rate for almost every demographic group has dropped in 2014 so far, Gallup finds
Since publication, other scientists have said there may have been problems with data and images in study previously called "game-changing"
Researchers say blood test not only more accesible diagnostic tool, but might allow scientists to test drugs to see if they'll prevent Alzheimer's
Fears of radiation exposure have kept children near Fukushima indoors
Heroin overdose deaths rose by 45 percent from 2006 to 2010, Holder said, adding education, prevention and treatment are needed
Recall is latest in series of problems to hit Ranbaxy, which has had all its India factories stopped from sending drugs and ingredients to the U.S., its biggest market.
Those who consumed the meat include a pregnant woman and two young children
Measles is a highly contagious disease spread through the air that could affect those who have not been vaccinated, health officials warned
Foods high in vitamin D are fatty fish and cod liver oil; fortified milks, cheeses and cereals also contain some of the vitamin
The FDA approval comes amid growing scrutiny of popular testosterone drugs after links to heart attack were reported in studies
In 1974, he became first to perform elbow procedure that became known as the Tommy John Surgery